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WestSlope

Nice set & sweet new plates. 💪

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47 minutes ago, WestSlope said:

Nice set & sweet new plates. 💪

Thanks Beast!! I was thinking of ya when I saw the NAGS grip events 🏆 great selection of events. I love the new plates but can be somewhat challenging to stack and remove on loading pin. Thanks again for checking on my log🙏🦁

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WestSlope

I was thinking how well those events would suit you! Once my calibrated plated got scuffed and chalked I don't have too much of a struggle pulling them off. I get a little bonus finger training in.

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Kluv#0

12/2/19 A.M. grip workout- Grippers 8x2 145 CPW Hybrid, tugs, IM hub work(ouch), WOG shallow hub, 3" axle curls (vid below) and wrist work rear sledge and Miller levers to finish( vid below)- these are named after Robert Miller,  who is the best I have ever seen at front sledge deadlifting

 

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EricMilfeld

Strong curl!

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Kluv#0
1 hour ago, EricMilfeld said:

Strong curl!

Thank you Eric🦁 Iam not great at curling but do enjoy doing curls with 3” axle and 3” Saxon 

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Kluv#0

12/4/19 A.M. workout. BSS Tips Tester work- vid below 226.9 lbs. x 29,  RR x 10 minutes and Hip belt squats. Love the TT just make sure your fingertips are conditioned before real work. Crossbar set 7 5/8"

 

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Joseph Sullivan
56 minutes ago, Kluv#0 said:

12/4/19 A.M. workout. BSS Tips Tester work- vid below 226.9 lbs. x 29,  RR x 10 minutes and Hip belt squats. Love the TT just make sure your fingertips are conditioned before real work. Crossbar set 7 5/8"

 

What’s a good lift on this apparatus, Miguel? I’ve gotten close to 400 using the arm assassin thumb blaster reversed for tips testing. Don’t know how this compares though.

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Kluv#0
4 minutes ago, Joseph Sullivan said:

What’s a good lift on this apparatus, Miguel? I’ve gotten close to 400 using the arm assassin thumb blaster reversed for tips testing. Don’t know how this compares though.

300lbs on BSS Tips Tester is very good 350lbs plus is baad man status. AA thumblaster is not a good compare. I think Tanner, Clay, Yves and Martins "could" get 400 lbs -  but I have never seen 400lbs on it. Take a look at BSS leaderboard or NAGS top 100- very interesting results but one thing is pure finger strength is paramount. 

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Joseph Sullivan
21 minutes ago, Kluv#0 said:

300lbs on BSS Tips Tester is very good 350lbs plus is baad man status. AA thumblaster is not a good compare. I think Tanner, Clay, Yves and Martins "could" get 400 lbs -  but I have never seen 400lbs on it. Take a look at BSS leaderboard or NAGS top 100- very interesting results but one thing is pure finger strength is paramount. 

Yea I never used one so I don’t know . When it’s used is it only with the fingers or is there also thumb involvement? When I try tips stuff I don’t use my thumb at all just the tips and I don’t touch the apparatus with the thumbs  but I don’t know what the rules are for it.

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13 minutes ago, Joseph Sullivan said:

Yea I never used one so I don’t know . When it’s used is it only with the fingers or is there also thumb involvement? When I try tips stuff I don’t use my thumb at all just the tips and I don’t touch the apparatus with the thumbs  but I don’t know what the rules are for it.

Tips Tester is different shape and fixed position. Trust me, not many are close to 400lbs on TT. Only world class climbers and massive men with world class finger strength. Its all about finger strength - thumb use is minimal at best.  Once again, AA thumbblaster is NOT a good compare

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Joseph Sullivan
51 minutes ago, Kluv#0 said:

Tips Tester is different shape and fixed position. Trust me, not many are close to 400lbs on TT. Only world class climbers and massive men with world class finger strength. Its all about finger strength - thumb use is minimal at best.  Once again, AA thumbblaster is NOT a good compare

You  already said that above that is wasn’t comparable , wasn’t debating that, so I don’t understand the reiterating of it. Didn’t ask about AA again in comparison.

I DID describe how I do tips devices in regard to thumbs. Was asking about the tips tester itself as I have zero experience with it , in the second post and how it’s to be held in the hand and if there is thumb involvement....so AA is not what’s being asked about... thanks for your time, Mike.

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Kluv#0

12/8/19  A.M. workout bunch of dead stop pushups with 50lbs on back and wrist work vid below- 36kg(79.4lbs)Kettlebell wrist Dl last 3reps on right hand I do it eyes covered with cap

Friday highlight 2" trilobite 195lbs x 8+ reps- NO tilt, bouncing or re-gripping.

 

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Kluv#0

12/11/19 300lbs close grip x2 (hands 9" apart) superset with BSS TT 300lbs x 3 BWT is 222lbs 7 1/2" load pin next to right foot for scale. Anyone do this at my BWT or less? 

 

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